5 Bad Guys | 6 Shots | NRA Media Lab Quick Draw Video Response!
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NRA Freestyle's Amazing new show Media Lab recreated a scene from Rambo where he shoots 5 bad guys in an episode called "Quick Draw". They concluded that it was a near impossibility to do this in real life. Instructor Zero saw the video and just for fun tried it himself. Huge shout out to Dom Raso for inspiring us to do this. That man is an absolute BEAST!!
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